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## Total of a column

Hi,

i have two measures (simply filtered sum), if i put these in a table i cant see total of a measure.

They are formatting like "decimal number"

Why?

Thanks

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## Re: Total of a column

Hi @Saaam

It can be fixed with [Meausre 3], [Measure 4]

```Measure = IF(SUM(Table1[value1])>SUM(Table2[value2]),SUM(Table1[value1])-SUM(Table2[value2]))

Measure 2 = IF(SUM(Table1[value1])<=SUM(Table2[value2]),SUM(Table2[value2])-SUM(Table1[value1]))

Measure 3 = IF(HASONEVALUE(Table1[id]),[Measure],SUMX(ALL(Table1[id]),[Measure]))

Measure 4 = IF(HASONEVALUE(Table1[id]),[Measure 2],SUMX(ALL(Table1[id]),[Measure 2]))```

Best Regards
Maggie
Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
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## Re: Total of a column

Hi @Saaam ,

can you share the formula for these measures?

Regards,

LC

Member

## Re: Total of a column

Sure,

=if(sum(PRD_PRODJURNALROUTE[Tempo_Bollato]) > sum(OrePresenza[Ore di presenza]); sum(PRD_PRODJURNALROUTE[Tempo_Bollato]) - sum(OrePresenza[Ore di presenza]))

Senior Member

## Re: Total of a column

Hi @Saaam ,

the reason is that your formula also applies to the total.

For Total, 'tempo bollato' is higher than 'ore di presenza', so only your first formula gets calculated and not the second one.

If possible with your data model, the easiest way to fix this is to move your formula from a calculated measure to a calculated column. With a calculated column:

- the formula is calculated for each row

- the total is a sum of the rows

You can create a calculated column by going to Modeling -> New Column

Let me know if this works for you.

Regards,

LC

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Community Support Team

## Re: Total of a column

Hi @Saaam

It can be fixed with [Meausre 3], [Measure 4]

```Measure = IF(SUM(Table1[value1])>SUM(Table2[value2]),SUM(Table1[value1])-SUM(Table2[value2]))

Measure 2 = IF(SUM(Table1[value1])<=SUM(Table2[value2]),SUM(Table2[value2])-SUM(Table1[value1]))

Measure 3 = IF(HASONEVALUE(Table1[id]),[Measure],SUMX(ALL(Table1[id]),[Measure]))

Measure 4 = IF(HASONEVALUE(Table1[id]),[Measure 2],SUMX(ALL(Table1[id]),[Measure 2]))```

Best Regards
Maggie
Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Member

## Re: Total of a column

It works!

Thanks!

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